Goal 2025: The Path to Equity   and Economic Success For           Our CitiesPresented byDr. James L. ApplegateVice Presid...
Goal 2025To increase the percentage of Americans    who hold high-quality degrees and     credentials to 60 percent by 2025.
What We Must Do To Reach Goal2025?      Participation                      Attainment      Completion
WHY IS ACHIEVING GOAL2025 IMPORTANT?
Korea                                             62                                             60                       ...
Income by level of education                                                                        Source: US Census, Cur...
Income inequality grows along with the      postsecondary skills gap
To Succeed We Must Focus On21st Century StudentsOf the 17.6M undergrads now enrolled 75% are  juggling work, family, and s...
To Succeed We Must Focus on Adults
To Succeed Ohio Must Focus on Adults
To Succeed We Must Achieve Equity
To Succeed Ohio Must Achieve Equity
To Succeed We Must Serve Our Future                                        White                   American Indian /      ...
To Succeed We Must Close Income Gaps                                                                           B.A. Rate b...
Yet We Serve Those Least Who Need Us MostSource: College Board
Total Cost of Attendance Covered by      Maximum Pell Grant Award                     99%                                 ...
Change in Distribution of State                       Grants Based on Need                    1997-1998                   ...
Flagships give the same amount of aid to high-income students as they do to low-incomestudents                            ...
To Succeed Our Cities Must Succeed                2010 U.S.                Population              66% in Top 100         ...
To Succeed Cleveland Must EducateIts People
To Succeed Cities Must Collaborate(http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/channeling_change_making_collective_impact_work)
To Succeed We Need Catalytic Approaches         Scaling Effective Practice          Public Policy Advocacy           Publi...
So What is a City to Do?1. Set audacious goals            6. Tackle2. Focus on results and have          academic, financi...
55                                                          50                              College is necessary 45       ...
Goal 2025: Its About Their (and Our) Future
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Goal 2025: The Path to Equity and Economic Success For Our Cities - Dr. James Applegate

  1. 1. Goal 2025: The Path to Equity and Economic Success For Our CitiesPresented byDr. James L. ApplegateVice President, Lumina Foundation
  2. 2. Goal 2025To increase the percentage of Americans who hold high-quality degrees and credentials to 60 percent by 2025.
  3. 3. What We Must Do To Reach Goal2025? Participation Attainment Completion
  4. 4. WHY IS ACHIEVING GOAL2025 IMPORTANT?
  5. 5. Korea 62 60 58 US states 25 to 34 year olds 56 Canada/Japan Massachusetts 54 52 50 Minnesota New York 48 Ireland North Dakota/Iowa/Connecticut Norway/New Zealand New Jersey 46 Maryland United Kingdom/Australia/Denmark New Hampshire/Nebraska 44 LuxembourgSouth Dakota/Illinois/Pennsylvania/Vermont France/Israel Virginia/Kansas/Rhode Island 42 Belgium/Sweden Colorado United States Wisconsin/Washington/Hawaii 40 Netherlands/Switzerland Finland Utah 38 Spain Missouri/Montana/Ohio Estonia Indiana/CA/DE/NC/MI/ID 36 Iceland Florida/Oregon/South Carolina/Maine Poland/Chile Wyoming/Georgia 34 Mississippi/Alabama 32 KY/TN/OK/AZ/AK/TX New Mexico 30 Slovenia Nevada Greece Louisiana/West Virginia 28 Arkansas 26 Germany Hungary 24 22
  6. 6. Income by level of education Source: US Census, Current Population Survey 90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 master’s 50,000 bachelor’s 40,000 associate 30,000high school Less than 20,000high school 10,000 0 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
  7. 7. Income inequality grows along with the postsecondary skills gap
  8. 8. To Succeed We Must Focus On21st Century StudentsOf the 17.6M undergrads now enrolled 75% are juggling work, family, and school
  9. 9. To Succeed We Must Focus on Adults
  10. 10. To Succeed Ohio Must Focus on Adults
  11. 11. To Succeed We Must Achieve Equity
  12. 12. To Succeed Ohio Must Achieve Equity
  13. 13. To Succeed We Must Serve Our Future White American Indian / Alaska Native Latino Asian / Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander African American 0 20 40 60 80 100 Millions Projected Population Increase, 2010 to 2050Data for all races exclude Hispanics.Source: Population Division, Population Projections, U.S. Census Bureau. Released 2008.
  14. 14. To Succeed We Must Close Income Gaps B.A. Rate by Age 24 (2010) Young People from Highest Income 79% Quartile Young People from Lowest Income 11% QuartileSource: Postsecondary Education Opportunity, “Bachelor’s Degree Attainment by Age 24 by Family Income Quartiles, 1970 to 2008.
  15. 15. Yet We Serve Those Least Who Need Us MostSource: College Board
  16. 16. Total Cost of Attendance Covered by Maximum Pell Grant Award 99% 77% 62% 36% 36% 15% Public 2-Year Public 4-Year Private 4-Year 1979-80 2006-07Source: American Council on Education (2007). “ Status Report on the Pell Grant Program, 2007” cited in EdTrust(2010) Opportunity Adrift.
  17. 17. Change in Distribution of State Grants Based on Need 1997-1998 2007-2008 16.6 % 27.4 % 72.5 % 83.3 % Need-Based Non-Need BasedSource: NASSGAP Report 2007-08: Undergraduate Grant Aid in Constant 2007-08 Dollars:1997-98 through 2007-08 (in millions of dollars).
  18. 18. Flagships give the same amount of aid to high-income students as they do to low-incomestudents Total Institutional Grant Aid Family Income (2007) . (2007) $0 – 30,200 $394.2 $30,201 - 54,000 $388.3 $54,001 - 80,400 $368.4 $80,401 – 115,400 $399.9 $115,400 + $361.4Source: “Opportunity Adrift,” The Education Trust, 2010.
  19. 19. To Succeed Our Cities Must Succeed 2010 U.S. Population 66% in Top 100 Metros 37.4% in Top 20 Metros
  20. 20. To Succeed Cleveland Must EducateIts People
  21. 21. To Succeed Cities Must Collaborate(http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/channeling_change_making_collective_impact_work)
  22. 22. To Succeed We Need Catalytic Approaches Scaling Effective Practice Public Policy Advocacy Public Will Building
  23. 23. So What is a City to Do?1. Set audacious goals 6. Tackle2. Focus on results and have academic, financial, and the difficult conversations social college readiness3. Forbid blame games and 7. Serve the underserved excuses 8. Measure learning and4. Create aligned value chains demand quality from pre-K to workforce 9. Increase system5. Target 21st century students productivity6. Collaborate for collective 10. Align resources and impact (beyond the usual priorities suspects)
  24. 24. 55 50 College is necessary 45 37 36 31 29 Qualified students have the opportunity to go to college2000 2003 2007 2008Source: Public Agenda and National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education
  25. 25. Goal 2025: Its About Their (and Our) Future

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